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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 6 October 1821

HOBART TOWN. ------- Sitting Magiftratc-Thomas Bell, Efq, SHIP NEWS-On Thurfday ar rived the fhip Jane, Capt. Suther. land, from Batavia, with 8000 gal- lons of rum, 1050 cafes of gin, and ftindry other merchandize.-PaiTengers, K. W. Loane, Efq. and family, and W. Hervel, Efq. On Wednefday the brig Campbell Macquarie, Captain Barnard, failed for Port Jackton.--Paf fengeri Walter Crammond, Efq. owner. It is much to be regretted, that economy in farming labour is io little generally understood, or attended to. Probably, this may arife in a great degree from fo many perfons commencing agricul- tural purfuits in thefe Settlements-without any previous knowledge or practice, it appear» to be conftdered by many, that they have no em- ployment for themfelves and fervants, but to plough, (ow, and reap ; and that they are either ignorant or neglectful of the- other ufeful and improving labour to which they ihould apply at the intermediate feaions. Clearing, flumping, and fencing, the improvem...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 13 October 1821

PROVOST MARSHAL'I OPFICK, HOBART TÛWK, October 13th, 1821. STOCKKR V. NEWBY. ÍWILL Gaufe 1o be Put op and Sold by-Public Auc« tioo.at Ktngaroo point, On Thurftiay next, the 18th Ioftint, at it o'Clock precifely, by Virtue of a Writ of Fieri Facias iiluod from the Lieutenant Goverooz'e Court, Fourteen Head of Horned Cattle, of the bed Eoglifh improved Breed, the Property of the Defeo* dant, un lof i the Execution tlbereon be previôufly fupt r coded._J. BKAMOMT, Provoft Martha!« Claims and Demands. THE under-named Perfons, who were lately wrecked on Hunter's ifland in the Ship Phi« tifalam, proceeding to Port Jackfon in the Brig; Hawies, now at Port Dalrymple, requeft all Claims again ft them to be immediately pretented : -Captain P. Dillon, late Commander of the Ship Phatifalam, his Lady and Child, Margaret Cham bcrlain, his Servant; James Jackfon, Efq. late PafTcnger in faid Ship, William Davis, Efq. ditto, George Collins, Jack, and George, his Servants ; Lafcars, part of the faid S...

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LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S COURT. Thompson v. Nash. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 13 October 1821

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S COURT. Thompson v. Nash. The above action was tried last Friday week, and brought by the plaintiff, master of the brig Active, to recover from the defendant the sum of £50, being the value of a quantity of whale-bone collected by the crew of the said vessel last July twelve months, and deposited by them on the beach at Sloping Island; but wrongfully taken and carried away by the defendant some time after. This cause excited great interest, and its decision of importance to those who are concerned in the fisheries off our Island. The evidence for the plaintiff proved, that about half a ton of whale-bone had been collected, as has been stated, by five men only of that vessel's crew ; that this occupation had been given to them merely as a punishment one Sunday after- noon.-The value of that article was ascertained to be about £20 per ton in England, after the freight was deducted,. The evidence for the defendant proved, that he offered to return the whale-bone to...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. Robert Knopwood, M. A. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 13 October 1821

HOBART TOWN. fitting Magistrate-Rev. Robert Knopwood» M. A. SHIP NEWS.-Sailed yelterday morning for Port Jackfon, the (hip Jane, Captain Sutherland.-Paf fengers, R. W, Loane, Efq. and family ; William Hervel, Efq. and Mr. James flobbs. On Sunday last, Divine Service v/as performed by the Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A. at the Public School- house at Clarence Plains ; upon which occasion an appropriate sermon was preached from the 14th chapter ef Proverbs, and the 9th verse, " Fools make a mock fat sin."--A very respectable congregation of the] neighbouring settlers assembled ; and the Govern- ment men of the district were also present. It is understood, the Reverend Chaplain will in fa- ilure perform Divine Service at the same place every lather Sabbath-day, at 3 o'clock. The present uncommonly favourable appearance of j di kinds of fruit-trees, indicate that lhere will be a ;reater abundance of fruit this season than has yet >een known in the Colony. The apple and the peach ^were never ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 13 October 1821

[OVERNMENTANDGENERAL ORDERS. Government Houfe, Hobart Town, Saturday, October 13th, 1821. ? AMES LANDS is appointed a Confiable, at J tached to the Naval Officer's Department, in Room of W; Seawood, difmiiled. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, _H. £? Robinfon, Secretary. LIST ôfPerione who hive tendered MEAT for Hu Majefty'e Stores in Via Diemen'a Lind, and from whom,the under-mentioned Quantities will bo received DU the Dites fitted. AT HOBART TOWK. Oftober 19, Mr.D. Stanfield, fen, 5000 Mr. D.Stinfield.juni 5000 Mr. E# Kimberly 2000 26. Mr. 5, Jones 5000 4r, Wm. Williams 2000 Mr. T. R. Crowder 1200 Mr. B. Relrdón 3800 November 2, Mr. E. Miller 12000 9! a »coo November 23: Edw. Lord, Efq. 12000 Mr. W. T. Stocker 8000 Mi(Tet Bowes Mr. E< Fifher December 7» Mr. E, Miller 14. Mr. David Lord 21< Edw. Lord, Efq, r» -.' Dido tlr. Tohn Rid»!*« 16. ílefí.Stynes&Troy J 2000 AT PORT DALRYMPLE» v Oftober 19^ tfr. David Gibton 6500 26, At. RÍ Dry 65...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 20 October 1821

JAMES PIPER and GEORGE ROSE leaving   the Colony in the Ship Emerald, request   all Claims may be immediately presented. HOBART TOWN : PRINTED BY A. BENT.  

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Extracts from the Sydney Gazettes. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 20 October 1821

Extracts from the Sydney Gazettes. BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.-A Meeting of the Members and Friends of this Inftitution was con- vened on Wednefday laft (Auguft 29), at the Court-room in the General Hofpital, at which was prefent the Honorable Prefident (the Judge Advo- cate), and the Reverend Chaplains in the Town of Sydney, together with the Committee, and fome of the inoft refpeclable Gentlemen in the Colony. His Excellency the Governor honored the Aitembly with his preíence 5 and was unani. rhoufly called to. prefide on the interefting occa fion. The objeér of the Meeting was principally directed to the intended ipecdy occupancy of the Afylum, which has lately been erected on the en- trance from the interior to the Town of Sydney. It is a handfome and well-laid out building; and the liberal hand of Government has not been fparing in rendering it in everyway fo commo- dious as to,contemplate the happinefs and comfort of 60 fellow-creatures. His Excellency, the Pa- tron, has been benevole...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 20 October 1821

HOBART TOWN, >++** Sitting Magiftrate-Thomas Bell, Efq. SHIP NEWS.-Yefterday morn- ing arrived from Port Jackfon, after a boifterous paffage of 12 days, the ship Emerald, under the command of Mr. Thomas Wright, the Chief Officer of the veffel ; the Commander, Captain Elliott, being already here. By the Emerald we have received Sydney Gazettes to the 29th ult. from which we learn   the arrival at Port Jackfon of the male convict- fhips Adamant and Grenada, the former with 144, and the latter with 152 prifoners. The Grenada left England the 15th of May (a few days fubfequent to the departure of the ship Brix- ton, which arrived in this port 10 or 11 weeks ago) ; bringing no news of any importance but what we have already noticed in our Gazette. No lefs than four ships, viz, the Duchefs of York, the Grace, the Brixton, and the Janus, were announced in the late Sydney papers to fail direct from Port Jackfon for England. The   former of thefe veffels was like...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 20 October 1821

OVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS., ' Government Houfe, Hobart Town, Saturday, Oâobcr 20th, 1821. CHARLES Brown, Jofcph Arnold, and Wm. Smith arc appointed Confiables for Hobart, own« By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, ! _ H. E. Robinfon, Secretary, 1ST of Perfons who have lendcfid MEAT far His J Majefty'e Stores in Van Diemen'* Land, tod from horn tbe undermentioned Quantities trill bo received nähe Dates dated. AT HOBART TOWH« October 20. Jr. B. Joues 5000 ir, Wm. William« aooo ir. T. R. Crowder 1200 ir. B. Reardon 3800 November 2. Jr. E. Miller 12000 9* ir, John RiCeley «2000 16. lefa'.Stynts&Troy 12000 23 [àw* Lord, £fq. 12000 AT POIT DALRYMPLE:. November 30. Mr. W. T. Stocker 8000 Miflea Bowen' Mr* E. Fiíher December 7, Mr. E. Miller 14. Mr« David Lord 21t Ed w. Lord, Efq¿ 28. Ditto 2000 2000 12000 13000 1 2000 120C0 Oftober aö, At. R. Dry November [imfs Cox, Efq« \. Barclay, Efq, «r. Wm. Field 9e A.BirclaVf Eiq* Mr. R. Dry Kr» Jamas Gildas 2| x6 J Jamil Cox, E...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 27 October 1821

Government Public Notices, Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, Oct. 27th, 1831. THE Practice of assigning Convict Servants weekly to Settler« from Government Service being attended with increasing Inconvenience, on account of the con- stant Changes and Transfers which it occasion» in the Government Working Gangs ; and it appearing "whol- ly unnecessary that Applications for Servants should be so frequently received from the established Settlers, except in Cases where they may be deprived of the Service of any of their Servants, by Sickness, Discharge by a Magistrate, or any other Cause not under their own Control ; and an Opportunity having been afford- ed by the late Distribution of the Male Convicts by the Malabar for Settlers who required Servants to sup- ply themselves j-It is hereby notified and declared, that Application for assigned Convict Servants »if Store will in future be received only Once in each Quarter, viz, the first Thursday, in the Months of January, April,...

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English Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 27 October 1821

English Extracts. His MAJESTY'S CORONATION.-On Thurs- day, June 14, Proclamation of the Coronat'on of His Majefty, King GEORGE the FOURTHI was made in London. " I pray that the Crown may in succession sit upon his brow, as undistured and ornamental as it lias upon that of his Father."-Lord Thurlow. Long before the u*ual hour for the affembling of the Officers and others, who were to aflift in the Ceremony, the streets leading to New* Palace yard were crowded with fpectators of all claflcs, anxious to fecure places from which they could view the proceffion. Shortly before eleven o'clock the Heralds, Ser- jeant at Arms, and other official Perfonages af fembled at the North Gare of Westminster Hall. The 1st Regiment of Life Guards aflVmbled foort after in New Palace-yard. At half past eleven, the Heralds, &c. mounted their Horfes, and the Crumpets hiving founded thrice, the Windfor Herald (F MARTIN, li'q) read the Proclamation in a loud and distinct voice, fixing the Coronation...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 27 October 1821

Government Public Notice. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, Oct. With, 1821. COME of the Mile Stones on the High Road having ^ been defaced, any one giving Information of the Per- petrator, will, on Conviction, receive Five Pounds Re- ward. By Command of His Honor, H. E. Robinfon, Secretary. SALES Bt AUCTION. BY MR. LKW IS, At >he Naval Ofïïcrr'i Wharf, oeir Cottigo Green, on Tuefday naxt, the 30th Inftant, at 12 ó'CIock, ACipitil Four-oared Engliih-built GIG BOAT, with MA iii, Still, and Rudder complete. She is one of the fiftelUfiiling Boats in the River ; and mi y be viewed at ."the Place of Sale,-Prompt Payment in C»fb. BY MKt ÎRYÏTT, At hit Wir oh où io in Bathurft.ftreet, 00 Friday next, the 2d of l November, at 12 o'clock precifely, AN Excellent ftrong-buili Threihiog Machine, upon an im- proved principle, with additional Machinery of Four-horfe Power, well wonh the Attention of an extenfive Agrical» turill.-A Depofit of 10 per Cent* will be required, and a Credit...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. Robert Knopwood, A. M. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 27 October 1821

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. Robert Knopwood, A. M.   SHIP NEWS.—On Sunday last arrived direct from England, which she left the 21st of June, the ship Malabar, Captain Ascough, with 171 male prisoners.—Surgeon Superintendant, Dr. Thompson, R. N. Officer of the Guard, En- sign Gleeson, of the 46th Regiment. By the arrival of the Malabar we learn, that   the Providence, with female prisoners, and the Lusitania with merchandize and passengers, had   sailed for these Colonies ; and that the Mariner, for this Colony direct, was lying at Gravesend, and nearly ready for sailing. The male convicts by the Malabar were landed yesterday ; and, after being inspected by the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, were distributed to their employments.—They were in a very healthy and orderly state, and appeared to do credit to the Officers under whose charge they have come out. At a Bench of Magistrates held at the Court House, Hobart Town, on Saturday last, at which t...

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IEUTENANT GOVERNOR's COURT.—Oct. 22. Jarvis v. Fisk. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 27 October 1821

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR's COURT.-Oct. 22. Jarvis v. Fisk, The plaintiff in this action is a convict, and was employed by the defendant to work his mill. The plaintiff was with the defendant 35 days ; he considered himself entitled to £9 as wages for his services, which he now fought to recover. The defendant refused to pay him any thing alleging, that the plaintiff had robbed him, whilst in his employ. The record of the plaintiff's conviction of the same before a Justice of the Peace was pro- duced, the Court were of opinion, that under such circumstances, the plaintiff could not claim any wages, and gave a verdict for the defendant. We have the pleasure of laying before our Readers a Letter addressed to the Rev. ROBERT KNOPWOOD, M. A.:   "To the Rev, Robert Knop- " British and Fo-   wood, one of the Vice- reign Bible So- Presidents, and Secretary ciety's House, to the Auxiliary Branch . Earl-street, Lon- Bible Society of Van Die- don, Feb. 17th, men's Land Hob...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 3 November 1821

Government Public Notices.   Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, Oct. 27th, 1821. THE Practice of assigning Convict Servants weekly to Settlers from Government Service being at tended with increasing Inconvenience, on account of   the constant Changes and Transfers which it occa sions in the Government Working Gangs; and it ap pearing wholly unnecessary that Applications for servants should be so frequently received from the established Settlers, except in Cases where they may be deprived of the Service of any of their Servants, by sickness, Discharge by a Magistrate, or any other cause not under their own Control ; and an Opportunity having been afforded by the late Distribution of the Male Convicts by the Malabar for Settlers who re- quired Servants to supply themselves ; - It is hereby notified and declared, that Application for assigned Convict Servants off Store will in future be received only Once in each Quarter, viz. tbe first Thursday in the...

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English Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 3 November 1821

English Extracts. The improvement! between Piccadilly ind Oxford« ft reel ire now becoming very vi fi hie; sod thô new ßreet appeari in ill its fplendoar for * confilerable extent* Tho Quadrant at the end of the fir ft divlfion Of Regent« flreet, ii ono ftf tilt moil bout ¡ful things produced in any country. We tra decidedly of opinion, how» ever, thtt if the angle had not been accate al the corner of Regent-ftreat, and ina Colonnade had fwept round from Piccadilly, the effect would have been grander. As it ii, we loft ill view Of the continuation of oneftréet, and turn Amply into another« Three Tunifun frigate», three corvettes, ? brig, t fchooner, and another vu (Tal of war, wart loft in the Bay of Tunis, with nearly two*thirds of their crewe, owing to e violent gale on the 7 or 8th iilt. (April), .-Twelve merchant (hipa wira loftj and eight driven on fhore, it the ferne iime, Sincftlio lift regulation oflhe Silver Coinage in 181c dowra lo.iha s8ih of Fthrairy la ft, tho total amo...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—THOMAS BELL, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 3 November 1821

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate-- THOMAS BELL, Esq. SHIP NEWS.—On Monday last ar- rived from England with merchandize, the ship Lusitania, Captain Langdon. —This vessel left England some few   days before the Malabar, now lying in this port ; and brings 37 passengers, among whom are, John Camp- bell, Esq. Lady and family, Mr. and Mrs. Archibald M'Leod and family, Mrs. Langdon, Mr. George Pur- cell, Mr. John Rotton, Mr. and Mrs. George Ran- ken, and Mr. James L. Robertson. On Tuesday arrived from Port Jackson, after a boisterous passage of 11 days, the ship Caroline, Captain Taylor, having on board 14 horses.—Pas- sengers, Mr. Mark Munro, Mr. James Cobb, Mrs. E. Marr, Mr. George Reibey, Master George Howe, and several others. On Wednesday the schooner Victorine, Captain Risk, which had lately conveyed some new settlers and their property to Oyster Bay, returned to port with a cargo of pine, procured at that place. The ship Malabar will, it is expected, sail for Port Jack...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 3 November 1821

COMMISSARIAT Orrici» Nov. 3d? 182t, BRAN OR SIFTINGS.-To be SOLD by AUC. TION, at the GomtntfTariat Stow, on Thurfday next, at ia ¿'Clock, a Quantity of Bran or Sittings, ^ goad Condition, in Lota of Twenty Buíhelieacbí, A. MOOBIE, A. C, C, SALES BY AUCTION. r~~~ BY Mtj. »RY*IT. On Wednefday next, the 7th Inftant, at ia o'clock, A PAIR of PRIME WORKINÖ EULLQCKS May be viewed any Dly previoua JOähe Sale, it Mr. Fryett'a Yard. ^MaMamMaamaaBaaMaMMaaaaa BY MR. FHYÍTT, On the Premifea, on Friday next, the 9th Inftant, * A Large Bai CK BUILOINC, fituate in Harrington, ftrett, adjoining the Brows Baar, It if well adaptad for any Public Inftkution, and ia capable of being coo. verted into 2 cr 4 Houfei.-Payment to be made ia Bills at 6 Month», or Horned Cittla te a fair average, iiy MR. Lewi», At hia Rooms in Liverpool-ftreet* on Saturday next, the 10th Inftant, at 10 o'CIock, ' ? A Variety of tvaiftcoariog and waiftcoat piecei j hand I fawi, plum, pit.fawa and files, gimblets, door | locks...

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English Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 10 November 1821

English Extracts. TflE CORONATION.-At the Committee of Lords of Council appointed to fuperintend the ar- rangements for the Coronation, which aflembled yefterday, various matters, conneöed with the derails of the ceremony were considered. The Lord Great Chamberlain was prefent, and it was finally determined that he ihould ¡flue his tickets for viewing Weftminfter Hall this morn- ing, and in confequence a very extended ¡flue took place. The tickets are couched in the following terms :-. July 3, 1831. " Admit the bearer to. view Westminster Hall tins morning between the hours of ninerand twelve. " GWYDYR, , Í! Grtat Chamberlain'« Office, H oust of fcords*" Ort the left hand corner of the Ticket is ftamped the official feal, confifting of the Royal Arms, with the words <f Lord Great Chamberlain's Of- fice," around them. Similar Tickets have been ifiued for viewing the Hall between twelve and three in the afternoon. A like iflue of tickets to view Weftminfter Ab- bey has take...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. Robert Knopwood, M. A. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 10 November 1821

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate-Rev. Robert Knopwood, M.A.   SHIP NEWS.—On Thursday last ar- rived from England, which she left the 5th of July, the ship Mariner, Captain Douglass, with merchandize and passengers ; namely, Robert Honner, Esq. and two Misses Honner (his Lady having died on the voyage), Mr. A. Allan, Mr. Corney, Lieut. Thompson, Mr. Church, Mrs. Reibey and two Misses Reibey, Mrs. Apsey, Mr. and Mrs. Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Dunn, Mr. Davis, Mrs. Hause, Mr.Maskclyne, Mr. Manners, Mr. Moore, Mr. M'Nab, Mr. S. Owen, Mr. H. Owen, Mr. Rotton, Mrs. Skoud, and several others, being 38 in all. Yesterday arrived from Port Jackson, which she left on the 28th ult. the ship Grace, Captain Lethbridge ;   having on board a number of horses, Merino rams, an English-bred bull, besides, bull-calves, and cows. — Passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Watson. On Wednesday sailed for Macquarie Island, the ship Emerald, Captain Elliott. — Passengers, Mr. Nockells, Mr. Joseph Clark, a...

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